Premise Liability Attorney Serving Arlington-Irving
If you’ve ever suffered injuries because of a slip and fall at the mall, in a grocery parking lot, or at work, you may have a cause of action against the property owner. Premise liability laws require commercial property owners to provide adequate security and safety for their customers, tenants, and other vendors. Most of the time, however, the reality is very different from the law. Our slip and fall attorneys in Irving TX are here to help whenever someone is injured on an unsafe or poorly maintained property.
Slip & Fall Accidents
Commercial and private property owners are required to repair or notify you of any known hazards as well as securing the area to prevent assaults and other serious crimes. Failure to do so can jeopardize your safety and that of any other person coming on the property, increasing the chance of serious injury or death.
If you or someone you know has suffered a slip and fall injury due to the negligence of a property owner, you could be entitled to monetary compensation. Give our Irving TX personal injury attorneys a call for a free case evaluation and we’ll help you determine if you’re qualified to receive compensation for your injuries and medical expenses.
Common Premises Liability Claims
The Dashner Law Firm has extensive experience in a variety of premises liability cases, including:
- Slips and Falls
- Parking Lot Accidents
- Swimming Pool Injuries
- Lead Paint Poisoning
- Escalator/Elevator Injuries
- Falling Merchandise
- Negligent Security
- Sexual Assault
Premises security claims can be difficult because the owner’s negligence must be shown to have caused the injury. In order to prove negligence, it must be determined that the owner knew, or should have known, that there was a dangerous condition and failed to take corrective actions.
When you hire Attorney Geoffrey Dashner, his team will immediately start gathering any and all evidence necessary including police reports, medical records, and witness statements. Along with this evidence, we will check for security cameras, review of prior actions or complaints against the owner, and call additional experts to assist if necessary. Our job is to ensure that you get a just and full settlement for your losses.
Texas Statute of Limitations
To ensure that you have a strong and justified claim be sure to file your case within two years under the Texas statute of limitations. We’re not advising you to delay your filing, on the contrary, we suggest you consult with our premise liability attorneys as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more time you give defending attorneys to gather information that could deny your premise liability case.
Contact the Dashner Law Firm today to take advantage of our complimentary free consultation. You can call us or complete our free case evaluation form, and we’ll promptly set up a convenient time to discuss your case. Call 972-793-8989 or 817-864-9980.